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Are you tired of unconnected files treated by different people?
How much time you loose organizing your data before you start to really work on your expertise?
How do you feel when you go back to a project and are not able to undo corrections and data has lost trazability?
How much time do you loose looking at the data trying to validate it instead of having tools that can do the dirty job for you?
Why not having tools for making routinary reports that save time you can use for real research?
Would you like the system to tell you when the calibration certificate of your sensors expire or when the preventive maintenance was not done as planned?
How do you organize all the metadata of your stations including information on incidences?
How does the consortium of the project you are PI of organizes for data and document exchange? Do you have a web page of the project?
Is your personnel tired of feeling driver, electricitian, engineer and programmer, all at a time instead of feeling "researchers"?

When the number of points where you are observing the atmosphere grow and the years pass by, then you need a network management program. We can help you to develop your own or we can take care of managaing 100% your network. Managing meas::

inventory control, calibration certificates, alerts, metadata compilation and storage, spare parts, dealers, waste management, sequirity and others;
logistic operation, buying spare parts, telecommunication contracts, servers, backups;
quality assurance and control, preventive and corrective maintenance, good practices, waste management, etc;
data downloading done in-situ through periodical visits, using radio-frequency, GPRS, Ethernet, satellite and a combination of all these;
data servers, web portals, remote management of the network, graphics, mass media reporting, etc;
training of presonnel on meteorology, metrology, instrumentation, statistics, modelling, etc;
continious improvement through innovation, research and development.

interMET can help you with one or all of these issues. You stablish the limit, we do what you are not willing to do so you can focus on your research, decision taking, polity making or supervision of your industrial process.

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# With the first station taking first measurements on 1998 at 2080 m height, this network was during a long time a pioneer in alpine automatic measurments. This project has been for interMET not just a project, it has been our workbench that made our human and technical skills to be taken almost to the limit.

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# The objective of this project was to have a rugged, compact housing for scientific quality meteorological sensors, data logging and telecommunication equipment. This housing should be easy to install and make minimum impact on the environment: no fences, no civil work and low visual impact.

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#Based on our experience in monitoring in alpine climates we were asked to design, install and maintain "the best" hydro-meteorological network that could be imagined in a mountain area. Considering how difficult it is to achieve reliable measurements in this environments we have proposed and installed a network base on gravimetric rain gauges, snow height sensors, 4 components radiation and specially designed sensors and systems for this environments.

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# We had never been asked for a meteorological station inside a cave and at the beginning it sounded easy. No vandalism, no radiation interfering the temperature probes, no animals, no rain neither rime freezing or snow. It sounded like placing a weather station in the office!. But caves are not the easiest places to work in. Special precautions regarding security must be taken due to slippery surfaces and low ceilings with threatening stalactites. From a technical point of view the difficulties come from not having sun for powering systems, no GPRS signal for communications and the worst of all: humidity always close to 99.9%. Fortunately, working together with our client we found a great and robust solution.

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P1020705_web_pan.jpgLaser based disdrometers seem complex equipment but are fantastic for measuring precipitation characteristics like size and velocity of water drops or snow flakes. Our client wanted to monitor precipitation very intensively in a small area and we were asked to install more than a dozen of these in an are of less than 8 km square! No problem on replicating the same system for several locations, but they wanted size and velocity of precipitation every minute!. Here the challenge was data logging and reporting taking into account the huge amount of data sampled. It was solved designing an ad-hoc logger that showed an excellent performance even being solar powered.

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# Our meteorological networks ussually have had spring, winter and fall as the “hot” season since it is when most interesting meteorological phenomena ocurrs at midle latitudes. Mostly of our skills and experience was earned to deal with winter related technical problems. For this network, it was the opposite. Wild fire risk is higher in late spring, summer and early fall, so concentration needs to be kept high all the year round.

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